Well. It’s sort of been revealed. Fact is, the folks at Bluey told us that this much-anticipated range of toys will hit stores very, very soon.
Bluey toys are go!
Early November is the rough drop date, so while you can’t circle an exact DAY on your calendar, you may as well circle the entire month.
In fact, why don’t you make another little update while you’re at it: BLUE-VEMBER here we come!
Hot on the heels of the Bluey books comes this much-anticipated range of Bluey soft toys that will hit stores in November, while the Bluey figurines will be available from December.
They’ll be on sale in all major toy retailers. Think Big W, Target and Kmart.
The even better news? They won’t break the bank.
The small Bluey and Bingo soft toys are set to retail at $15 each. The large Bluey soft toy costs $35 and the figurine multipack will be $22.
“Ready for adoption”
Charlie Aspinwall is the executive producer for Bluey’s creator, Ludo Studio and he says there are lots of Blueys and Bingos waiting for excellent new homes.
“We can’t wait to see Bluey and Bingo given their first real-life hugs and couldn’t be happier to have our dog family ready for adoption into Australian homes. They all come ready house trained.”
“We are super excited for kids to finally get their hands on Bluey toys. With such strong synergies between Moose and Bluey, being Australian, having strong sense of family and always having fun, we have no doubt the toys will be loved by kids big and small!” toymaker Paul Solomon from Moose Toys says.
And look how cute they are?!
These are guaranteed to be found snuggled up with babies, toddlers and preschoolers across the country.
Guess what else? A second series of Bluey has been confirmed and is due to make its television debut on ABC KIDS and ABC KIDS iview in 2020.